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209

On hearing this request, the Padusah said to the mahaldar:

" As I have attained the status of being called a son of the
Narapati, I shall do nothing to harm him. He is my elder;
and it is not meet that I should stand against him."

The mahaldar grew angry when he heard these words.
He left the court witliout asking for or obtaining permission of
his master and repaired to the place wberb the three Padusahas
were residing (at that time). The three Padusahas were
Akhabaga Jrclayi Padushah,* the lord of the throne of Jahalna-
pur, Yadula Saha Padushah acd Savayi Jagajhampa Suguna
Kannada Jima Padusah.f They met at Jahalnapur with the

* Altar Jalalndeen— /.O. Jf.t ?, 151.

t It is stated clearly here that Akhabagu JalSyi PadashSh vas the ruler of Jahalni-
pttr.   The name of this chief is spelt in different ways ia the original.

On p. 49, L, R. 24 it is -written as Akhacara Jalaidin PaMashah; oa p. 152 it is written
as Akabarn Jalaudin F3dn£alra; on p- 173 it i- written as Akabarn. Jaladin Mogali
P3du»31ia. Takhtn Jah&liupttr, on p. 66 it is written as Akhacarn Jaladintl r
MogalPSdaCha.

/. 0. M ha= on p. 161 :—

Ai^ar Talalodecu Df Jalnahpore-
The Mosul Kcl-hSh Ab

Tiia iruttzhSr ki &aii to i»*T2 foanl ta?.a wlta A'li Aiil ShXh   Savuyi
Sogvoaa Cuis rajTnd.

It is cbvioa-; from this that th« rnae of this ^hief TV ax Akbar JalSl-ud-DTn > and that
he waiaMoghi:! -arhoralsl at Jahil'u .^r. The a^ae of ths «econd Padshah coald not
have b^en V. In'.a isSs^PSla&aha; f:-- ;he «j; ; «r/5^ vLi left Yadul* £«hafs court in aager
catild not hav g:a* tu ttst aonareh r> Tffatlla.^ his grievar^es against Mm, TMs is
clearly ' ecu \l ths conversation, that taok ».»1a-e bfrtsceea the jKtihald'ar and the thre«
Padshlh--. TLsy :aid; "Yin are a jsuk.:IJ3r £a the -ervice of A12 Adala ^3thn. It
is strange that yon should som* to us initead of suhmitting your grieyaaces to yottr
master. It appears tfctt you have corns t:, -u=r, without eoamunleating the views express-
ed by the Narapati to your master.'1 The ma h a!d3r replied, " I have not come wiihottt
(at first) complaining to my master, etc/' It is evident from this conversation that A1H
Adula ^Shti teas not one c f tha three Padshahs that met at Jahaluapura. Savayi Jagajhampa
Sugtma Kaima^a Jana i-; not the name of a person, but a string of titles. This passage
appears to hive been interpolated by a person, -who was so ignorant that he did not area
know the names of the three Muslim rulers -who met at Jahalnapnra,

Hie names of the thtee HdshShs are mentioned in another place ia
They are Nizara Saha PSdusaha, Ibirahiaa Katapa 5aha+ and ImUxaaaa l»Ialftk«

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